5Aggregators General Information Listed as Individual Titles in GOBISome Setup Paperwork RequiredWhen Paperwork Complete:“No Contract on File” “Yes” in GOBIYBP Can Arrange Demo/Discussion with Aggregator RepresentativeExisting Aggregator Holdings Can Be Loaded to GOBI As “Already Owned” for Duplication ControlSold at List Price
6Aggregators eBooks in GOBI ebrary278,317EBL166,062NetLibrary247,205TOTAL691,584
7Preview on GOBIAll Titles Available as SUPO, Most as MUPOYBP Notification When Title is ActivatedList PricePlus Platform Fee Paid to ebrary(waived if library subscribes to Academic Complete, Community College Collection, Subject Collections)ebrary books cannot be downloaded but ebrary content can be viewed on any web browser with proper authentication.
8Preview on GOBI3 Usage ModelsNon-Linear Lending (325 loans per year, unlimited simultaneous use)Textbook (same as non-linear, except only 3 simultaneous users)Unlimited (no restrictions on simultaneous users or number of loans per year)Platform FeePaid Upfront to EBLOr as a Percentage of Each Book Purchased, up to a Cap (billed by YBP with each eBook transaction)Annual Maintenance Fee (apply one year after the platform fee is paid off)Same Payment Options as the Platform FeeEBL Notification When Title is ActivatedEBL titles can be read online on both the ipad or iphone. Readers can download to any device that does support Adobe Digital Editions, which includes the Sony Reader and Nook, to name a couple.
9Preview not available on GOBI List Price + Hosting FeeAnnual (15%) or Prepaid (55%)Hosting Fee Invoiced Per Title or As Summary at Bottom of InvoiceMost Titles Downloadable via Adobe Content ServerCompatible portable devices include the Barnes & Noble nook, Daily Edition and other devices including all four Sony Digital Readers. All devices that support the Adobe Content Server are compatible although some work better than others with NetLibrary eBooks. NetLibrary uses Adobe Digital Editions software and that determines the list of devices their e-books can be read on.
10Publisher Direct Material: General Information Listed as Individual Titles and eCollections in GOBISome Setup Paperwork Required (Licensing and YBP Account Set Up)When Paperwork Complete:“No Contract on File” “Yes” in GOBIExisting Publisher Direct Holdings Can Be Loaded to GOBI As “Already Owned” for Duplication ControlSold at pricing set by publisher: list price, tiered price, negotiated priceTypically multiple user access for material
11Publisher Direct Material: Title by Title Purchase Gale Online (Gale Virtual Reference Library, Gale Directory Library and Gale Literature Criticism Online)IGI title by title purchaseOxford Bibliographies OnlineOxford Digital Reference ShelfSage OnlineSpringerWiley
12Publisher Direct Material: eCollections Duke eCollectionsKarger eCollectionsOxford Handbooks Online eCollectionsOxford Scholarship Online eCollectionsSage eCollectionsSpringer eCollectionsWiley eCollections
101YBP Cataloging Service YBP provides cataloging support for any eBooks ordered and invoiced as individual titles on a designated eBook subaccount. eBook cataloging records conform to the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC’s) MARC Record Guide for Monograph Aggregator Vendors (see guidelines at In addition, these records contain site-specific URLs and other local customization.In most cases, YBP eBook cataloging records are derived from records for the print format. If no print record is available, a brief machine-generated record can be sent as placeholder. Customers have the option of receiving that initial machine-generated record or not. A Provisional+ cataloging record will be delivered subsequently, typically in less than 5 days, at no additional cost. Provisional+ records include LC Classification and Book Numbers and, when appropriate, at least one LC subject heading. Subject analysis and description are performed by professional catalogers and adhere to national and international standards. Book numbers for LC classed titles are assigned in accordance with LC shelf-listing practices.
102Questions?Kristine Baker, Director of eContent Training